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My cycling shoes felt like they were full of water, despite the fact that I had neoprene cycling boots on over the top of them — the water must have come in through the bottom where the cleats are attached — yuk! Initially we cycled along the the side of the Woodhead Reservoir along a trail until we reached the A Having followed the reservoir and the huge pylons than ran down the valley.

At the end of the valley where we met up with the main road, there was a rock face with what looked a tunnel going into the hillside. Andy Sykes, the ride leader for the day, told us that the power lines which had come up the valley then turn into cables which go through the Woodhead Tunnel and supply energy to Yorkshire.

He told us that it was a very well kept secret that Lancashire is supplying Yorkshire with energy.

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After a photo call, we returned back to the lay by where we started. For the lay by we then continued along the trail. You can clearly see the snow on the hills in front of us. We cycled along the trail following along the side of Torside Reservoir then over the dam and then along the side of Rhodeswood Reservoir. There were quite a few of us that found we had problems with our brakes. After a shower and evening meal in the on-site restaurant where discussion inevitably focused on the need for similar high quality facilities for drivers in the UK, it was time to choose who would sleep in which truck and in particular who got the XF Super Space Cab.

Truckland Amsterdam After the museum it was an hour and a half by car to Amsterdam to visit Truckland Amsterdam, a DAF dealer located just on the outskirts of the city. One by one the drivers were taken out on the route then back to the dealership to say our goodbyes and thanks to Maarten and the Truckland team for hosting us for the afternoon, before heading to a hotel in the centre of Amsterdam and a chance to relax and enjoy this fantastic city.

The price tag will be higher than a conventional truck, but we are working on reducing that, plus the lower operating costs will help counter the extra initial costs. With much of the emphasis on a new van and coach, it was a pretty quiet time for MAN trucks in Hannover. The instrumentation is all new, with bluetooth and voiceactivation, and a new touchscreen display.

Horsepower ratings stay atand hp for the litre models, and the litre engines now run from to hp. The Italians are also claiming a zero accident rate with the truck, thanks to the clever accident avoidance technology onboard and zero stress and waste, referring to autonomous driving. Iveco revealed that the Concept Z Truck has 29 patents, all relating to technologies that will be seen on Iveco trucks in the next few years.

He also highlighted the I-Shift dual clutch transmission as an integral part of the 2,bhp Iron Knight record-breaking truck.

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Fuel economy improvements have been made thanks to a built-in spoiler under the front bumper and new lightweight roof deflector without a metal frame. On the chassis, in comes a new drive axle and an improved air suspension system. Customers also have the option of an aluminium fifth wheel.

Twm Cernyw also competed in the 85cm jumping contest, winning with his horse George and coming 4th with his horse Billy. This means that both horses are through to represent Wales in Addington Manor and Billy goes through to Keysoe.

Huge congratulations to both on these excellent results! A team of pupils and staff were busy during the afternoon collecting and monitoring the litter around the school and along Nebo Road. The Eco Council were delighted to find out that less rubbish had been collected than during past events showing the support for their actions.

Our thanks go to the community, staff and students for their support.

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Four teams took part and the motivation and determination they showed was such a joy to see! Here is a short write up from Elea Chennell Year 7. We were so happy. The following week we were sitting in a mini bus travelling to the climbing competition, where we would be representing our school and competing against other schools from Conwy County.

As we walked through the welcoming corridors I saw the colourful climbing wall with a few people scattered on it.

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I knew it was going to be a great afternoon! We squeezed into our climbing shoes, buckled our harnesses safely - and we were off: At first we were all speeding up the wall and feeling such satisfaction each time we reached the top of a climb. Only after climbing several routes did the satisfaction become slightly harder to achieve; we were tiring quickly!

I guess we were kind of happy seeing as we were all quite fatigued. The senior boys had managed to climb all of the available routes and between us, our team, the junior girls, had managed to have a go at most of them.

A few days afterwards we received some news, very good news actually. It turned out that Ysgol Dyffryn Conwy had won the Conwy schools climbing competition and some of us would now be representing Conwy in the next round: This was going to be somewhat tougher than the previous round! In my opinion bouldering is freer than climbing a climbing wall.

We had three attempts at each problem, and there were twenty problems to attempt altogether. It was once again quite strenuous and tiring! Congratulations to all the pupils who took part in the Eisteddfod over half term. The following had considerable success on the stage: Christopher Sabisky, 2nd in the Wind Instruments Solo for years ; Modlen Alun, who won 3rd in the Folk Solo, for years 10 and under 19; 1st in the Cerdd Dant solo for year 10 and under 19; and 3rd in the solo from a Musical for year 10 and under 19 years old.

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Congratulations to the following who were also successful in the homewor and Arts and Craft competitions: The girls won against Brynhyfryd in the semi-final and against Llanidloes in the final. Ysgol Dyffryn Conwy Rugby update Summer Congratulations to all those who competed in recent rugby tournaments.

Eryri under 18s Cup Final: Trosiad Ilan Roberts Congratulations to Fflur Williams superb footballer from year Fflur has been chosen once again for the Wales under 18s team for June. She will be travelling to Cardiff to play against the under 19 team. Well done Fflur — we wish you every success!

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Warm welcome to all. Click here for more information Urdd Eisteddfod We are extremely pleased again this year to celebrate the success of all our pupils in the Urdd Eisteddfod — both in the homework competitions and on stafe.

Good luck to all! Here are pictures of some of our winners.

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They were extremely successful there with the under 14s team finishing 3rd in the Cup final; the under 13s winning their Cup Final — well done boys! In their last game the under 14s beat the Truro team 17 to 5 to come 3rd in the competition.

Congratulations to all the boys for their success — they were excellent ambassadors for the school and its local community. Our special thanks go to Kevin Thomas and all the staff and parents of the school for arranging and supporting the trip.

The aim of the project was to develop creative writing skills through in English, which has been led by their English teacher Michelle Mosley. As well as developing their writing skills, the pupils had opportunities to develop their art skills by bringing their stories and poems to life through various images.

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